review // I Think I Love You by Auriane Desombre

book: I Think I Love You by Auriane Desombre publisher & imprint: Underlined, an imprint of Delacorte Press rep: lesbian mc, bi woman mc cw: divorce, misogyny  rating: 2/5 stars release date: March 2nd, 2021links to buy*: https://bookshop.org/a/13798/9780593179765 *this is an affiliate link. if you use it, i will get a small commission. Disclaimer I… Continue reading review // I Think I Love You by Auriane Desombre

jan. wrap up // Avengers Reading Challenge

Hosted by theWordN3rd, thorwantsanotherletter, the Other Christine that Reads, and Coffee Books and Bullet Journals, the Avengers Reading Challenge is a year long reading challenge focused on reading books that fit the Avengers-Inspired prompts in order to recruit them to your team. I'm just going to jump right into it! Boards I Completed The only… Continue reading jan. wrap up // Avengers Reading Challenge

review // the Wife Upstairs by Rachel Hawkins

I received an e-arc from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. This in no way affected my opinion of the book. triggers: abuse, manipulation, gaslighting, fire, murder, imprisonment, alcoholism The Wife Upstairs by Rachel Hawkins is a 2021 release and a retelling of Jane Eyre, following a young woman who enters into a… Continue reading review // the Wife Upstairs by Rachel Hawkins

Capitalism is a Surrealist Nightmare, or the Space Between Worlds

[a transcript of a video i need to refilm but I still want y'all to know my many many thoughts] intro “Why have I survived? Because I am a creature more devious than all the other mes put together. Because I saw myself bleeding out and instead of checking for a pulse, I began collecting… Continue reading Capitalism is a Surrealist Nightmare, or the Space Between Worlds

reading plans // What I’m Doing for the Sapphic Reading Challenge

Bestselling f/f romance author Jae created a massive reading challenge for 2021. It has 50 prompts, 12 bonus prompts. and a number of badges and levels you can achieve. I won't get into it all now but I suggest going over to her post and getting all the details ( link ). I am going… Continue reading reading plans // What I’m Doing for the Sapphic Reading Challenge

review // Mayhem by Estelle Laure

cover artist: Nicole Rifkin // cover designer: Kerri Resnick I received an e-arc from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. This in no way affected my opinion of the book. triggers: abuse, rape (mentioned), death of a spouse, the ocean/bodies of water, suicide, grief, drug use & withdrawal I read Mayhem by Estelle… Continue reading review // Mayhem by Estelle Laure

The Rejection of Societal Femininity, or Princess Floralinda and the Forty Flight Tower by Tamsyn Muir

cover art: tristan elwell spoilers: heavyrating: 4 starsrep: sapphic mc, sapphic li, non-binary li Unless you follow me on twitter, you might not know my love of the Locked Tomb series. Two months after reading Gideon the Ninth, I got a tattoo of one of the symbols from the book. In the August 2020, I… Continue reading The Rejection of Societal Femininity, or Princess Floralinda and the Forty Flight Tower by Tamsyn Muir

review // Super Adjacent

Super Adjacent by Crystal Cestari was a book I thought I would love. It’s about two women, one in her junior year of college and the other in her junior year of high school, who are connected to superheroes. Bridgette, the college junior, is coming to the realization that she needs to break up with her boyfriend of four years, Matt AKA Vaporizer, one of the most popular superheroes. Claire, on the other hand, just got an internship at the superhero organization and is drawn to Joy, one of the newest heroes.

Rereading, or Why I Come Back to Certain Books

https://youtu.be/JJpvEPEZi50 why do I reread books by mynameismarines (10/9/20) Mynameismarines talks about rereading books a lot on her channel. Her most recent video on the subject came out early October, and it is what inspired me to start interrogating my (re)reading habits more in depth. I highly suggest checking it out if stuff like this… Continue reading Rereading, or Why I Come Back to Certain Books